WHAT IS THE LIMIT ON AFTERPAY?
Afterpay has a limit of $1000 if you are linking a credit card for your re-payments. If you are using a debit card you will have a limit of $500.
DOES AFTERPAY TAKE MONEY STRAIGHT AWAY?
We will immediately let you know if we require the first instalment straight away before you process your purchase with Afterpay. ... The first time you use Afterpay. For all orders placed in the first 6 weeks after signing up with Afterpay. For purchases with a value of more than $500.
HOW CAN I PAY?
Afterpay accepts payments from debit and credit cards from Mastercard and Visa which have been issued in your country of residence.
There are two basic ways to pay with these cards:
The most convenient is our automatic payments system. Just go on the App or online and enter the details of your preferred payment card under "Add a payment method" in the "Billings" section of "My Account"
When you have an instalment due, we will notify you beforehand so that way you can make sure that there is enough in your account for that instalment. We do the rest.
Alternatively, you can always make payments on time or early by selecting the PAY NOW button on the App or online in your account. You can then enter your card details manually. If you want to make this your preferred payment method, select "Store my card", otherwise make sure to untick this option before logging out.
Please note that we cannot accept payments by BPAY, Bank Transfer, AMEX or Pre-Paid cards.
WHEN WILL MY FIRST PAYMENT BE TAKEN?
If you're a responsible spender that's been with us for a while now, and you're buying online, your first payment will generally be 2 weeks from the date you bought your item.
To ensure responsible spending across the community. Afterpay may require your first 25% repayment at the time of your purchase.
We will make this decision case by case, based on your individual repayment history. We will immediately let you know if we require the first instalment straight away before you process your purchase with Afterpay.
There are a number of circumstances where we always require the first 25% repayment instalment at the time of purchase. These circumstances include: